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Kim McCosker on 'Baby Bowl'

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The author shares her tips for cooking for babies

For new mothers and fathers, the idea of cooking for their baby is often thrown out the window along with sleep-filled nights, brushed hair, and a social life. But Kim McCosker has a new book, Baby Bowl, to try and change the notion that cooking for a baby is time-consuming and difficult. She says she came up with the concept after having her own children and realizing that there wasn’t a book that she felt gave practical advice. "When I had my first child Morgan I was just so scared especially in the transition phase from milk to solids."

The book is full of recipes and tips, but the main takeaway for McCosker is to have a weekly plan that reduces the stress around freshly cooked meals for babies: "If you put a plan together then you can batch cook — and you must batch cook because then you can freeze!"

For more of McCosker’s tips you can watch the video above or purchase Baby Bowl!


Australian home-cooked meals for happy, healthy babies and toddlers

The definitive Australian recipe book for new mothers from 4 Ingredients co-author Kim McCosker!

Where do you start when introducing solids to your baby?

Kim McCosker, mother of three boys and passionate cook, has set out to answer this universal question by providing simple, healthy, age-appropriate recipes aimed at introducing a variety of flavours to baby's palate. Baby Bowl walks you through the basics of baby food preparation, and the storage, defrosting and preparing of frozen food, as well as the sometimes daunting task of helping the food find its way into Baby's mouth!

Throughout Baby Bowl , Kim shows you the importance of nutrition through providing healthy, homemade baby food. She covers such topics as, Allergies, Hygiene and Reflux, followed by guidelines for a good daily routine that starts from birth. Then there are the gorgeous savoury and sweet recipes divided into ages to take you through Baby's first year and beyond, as well as ideas for finger food and what to feed them when they have a cold. Kim's recipes are all easy to read, easy to cook, and use only the freshest ingredients to provide delicious and nutritious meals. To help get you started with the minimum of fuss, Kim has also provided a Baby's First Four Weeks Menu Planner. This comprehensive user friendly handbook is a must for every new parent!

  • Food for life
  • Weights and measures
  • Handy kitchen tools for making baby food
  • What I learnt when starting out
  • Foods to try and when
  • Allergies
  • Key to food icons
  • Hygiene
  • Reflux
  • Birth to six months
  • Four to six months
  • Six months
  • Seven months
  • Eight to ten months
  • Baby finger foods
  • Ten to twelve months
  • Twelve months
  • In the car
  • Babies with a cold
  • Guide to growth: A baby's first 12 months
  • First foods from around the world
  • Baby's first menu planner

Baby Bowl is an Australian publication. All measurements are in metric and metric cup & spoon

Kim McCosker holds a degree in International Finance and trained as a Financial Planner. She is also the co-author of the most successful cookery series in Australia - 4 Ingredients - which has been published in eight countries around the world, with the hit TV show now airing in eighteen countries. The 4 Ingredients books are also available at The Bookshelf of Oz - click here to see the whole range!


Kim McCosker – Baby Bowl

Kim McCosker of 𔃴 Ingredients’ fame has put together this nifty little guide to feeding your baby. It walks you through everything you need to know about introducing solids to infants and gives great recipes for feeding babies up to 12 months.

I’m Liking…

This is a slim little number but it has a surprising amount of useful information. There’s good advice about when to start introducing solids as well as some delicious sounding recipes.

The book also deals with issues around allergies and intolerances and gives a menu planner for getting started with solids.

I really like some of the recipe ideas- there’s a range of different foods and McCosker encourages the use of spices from a young age. I’ll definitely be trying the carrot chips- yum yum!

The Conclusion

If you’re feeling a little nervous about introducing solids to your baby or want to inspiration for that tricky toddler, this book is a great place to begin. It’ll be a great addition to the bookshelf for families with little ones.


Baby Shower Punch Recipes For Boys

Baby Shower Punch Recipes For Boys – With bananas orange juice and lemonade it can add tropical flair to a winter day. Pour 2 liter of sprite over ice cream scoops and watch it foam. Kids love punch and it s kind of irresistible for adults too with the sherbet and fruit floating around. Baby boy girl punch 1 64fl. Instructions chill ginger ale and grape juice over night remove sherbet from freezer about 1 2 hour before serving punch to soften in a large bowl combine kool aid packet sugar and chilled juice. A cold glass of refreshing punch really brightens a brunch..

Blue Baby Shower Punch Recipe Baby Shower Punch Recipes Baby Shower Punch Baby Shower Drinks

Ingredients 1 0 13 ounce package blue berry flavored unsweetened drink mix 1 2 liter bottle lemon lime flavored carbonated beverage 1 64 fluid ounce bottle white cranberry juice 8 scoops vanilla ice cream 1 cup white sugar or to taste.

Baby shower punch recipes for boys. Instructions pour blue hawaiian punch and pineapple juice into punch bowl and give it a stir. Oz of sprite or 7 up 2 pkgs of blueberry lemonade or blueberry punch kool aid for a boy or pink punch or pink lemonade for a girl. These recipes can be made for a boy a girl or a neutral party.

1 can 295ml minute maid grape punch frozen concentrate thawed undiluted 1 can 295ml minute maid lemonade frozen concentrate thawed undiluted 3 cups sprite 2 cups water ice cubes or ice ring. Float 8 scoops of softened sherbet on top add rubber. You don t have to use this just for a baby shower of course this hawaiian punch recipe is perfect for a little boy s first birthday party as a drink or just for fun when people come over.

Slowly add chilled ginger ale. Add rubber ducks to float around and you re done. Oz can of hawaiian blue or pink punch depending on the preferred color.

Make the best punch recipe at a baby shower with these 15 easy baby shower punch recipes. It s nice to serve a crisp beverage like this that s more spectacular than plain juice. Add 10 scoops of vanilla ice cream to punch bowl.

Blue Baby Shower Punch With Rubber Ducks Recipe Baby Shower Duck Baby Shower Punch Baby Shower

Baby Shower Blue Punch Recipe Baby Shower Punch Recipes Baby Shower Punch Baby Shower Drinks

Blue Punch For Baby Shower Day 291 Pretty Pink Punch Baby Blue Punch 365ish Comida Para Fiestas De Recien Nacidos Baby Shower Azul Boy Baby Shower Ideas

35 Ideas For Baby Shower Ides For Boys Food Menu Punch Recipes Food Recipes Babyshower Baby Baby Shower Drinks Baby Shower Food Punch Recipes

How Do You Decide They All Look So Good Baby Shower Punch Recipes Baby Shower Punch Pink Baby Shower Punch

Easy Blue Punch Recipe For A Baby Shower Or Just A Fun Non Alcoholic Punch Recipe For Kids That Baby Shower Drinks Alcoholic Punch Recipes Baby Shower Desserts

Baby Shower Drinks Baby Shower Punch Baby Shower Punch Recipes Baby Shower Drinks

Blue Party Punch With Snow Recipe Blue Party Punches Frozen Bday Party Frozen Party

Delicious Blue Punch Recipes You Re Gonna Love With Images Party Punch Recipes Punch Recipes For Kids Punch Recipes

Pink Punch Blue Punch Easy Baby Shower Recipes Baby Shower Punch Baby Shower Punch Recipes Baby Shower Drinks

17 Best Baby Shower Punch Recipes Blue Pink Punch Ideas Baby Shower Punch Baby Shower Princess Baby Shower Punch Recipes

Hawaiian Punch Recipe With Sherbet That Is A Perfect Boy Baby Shower Drink You Can Make That Everyo Hawaiian Punch Recipes Blue Punch Recipe Baby Shower Drinks

5 Baby Shower Punch Recipes Baby Shower Punch Baby Shower Punch Recipes Baby Shower Drinks

Blue Party Punch Recipe Party Punch Recipes Blue Punch Recipe Party Drinks Alcohol

Baby Shower Punch Recipes For Boys – Add 10 scoops of vanilla ice cream to punch bowl. It s nice to serve a crisp beverage like this that s more spectacular than plain juice. Make the best punch recipe at a baby shower with these 15 easy baby shower punch recipes. Oz can of hawaiian blue or pink punch depending on the preferred color. Add rubber ducks to float around and you re done. Slowly add chilled ginger ale..


Baby Bowl: Home-Cooked Meals for Happy, Healthy Babies and Toddlers (Atria Non Fiction Original Trade)

Mealtime is a fairly simple process during the first four to six months of a baby’s life. But making the transition from breast milk or formula to solid food can be a challenge for everyone, especially Mom and Dad! When do I introduce solid food to my baby? Which foods are the most appropriate for what age? How much food should I m Baby Bowl is the new baby food bible!

Mealtime is a fairly simple process during the first four to six months of a baby’s life. But making the transition from breast milk or formula to solid food can be a challenge for everyone, especially Mom and Dad! When do I introduce solid food to my baby? Which foods are the most appropriate for what age? How much food should I make for my baby? What do I feed to a sick child? Which foods are safe enough for my baby to eat in the car? Baby Bowl answers all these questions and offers parents a collection of healthy recipes designed to happily fill little bellies.

With three young boys of her own, bestselling cookbook author Kim McCosker has ensured that the home-tested recipes in Baby Bowl provide the love and nourishment needed for a lifetime of good eating habits. Readers will find fast, easy-to-prepare recipes, organized by age superfoods to try and when to try them essential advice on nutritional value tips on how long to cook, how to serve, and whether to freeze menu planners and gluten-free and dairy-free recipes.

Covering a smorgasbord of delicious meals and snacks for babies from four months to a year, all the recipes in Baby Bowl are easy to follow and use only the freshest ingredients. So throw out those jars of goop and start cooking from scratch—with this book as your guide, it will be easier than you think! . more


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How do you know if your baby is ready for solid foods?

Babies are usually ready to start solids between the ages of 4 to 6 months of age &mdash though many experts, including the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend waiting until 6 months.

Ask your child's pediatrician if your baby is ready for solid fare. A few signs that your child may be ready for her next big meal milestone include:

  • Good head control. Little ones who can hold their heads up while sitting in a high chair are likely ready to try solids.
  • An interest in eating. Your baby may open her mouth when you hold food near her or show an eagerness to sample what you&rsquore eating.
  • Ability to move food to the back of throat. If your baby seems to be pushing food back out of her mouth with her tongue, she may not be ready to swallow solids yet.

Some parents opt to introduce solids in purée form, while others follow a baby-led weaning approach. With baby-led weaning, babies who are at least 6 months old are introduced to solids through soft, gummable finger foods instead of purées or mashed-up foods.

The recipes below follow a traditional schedule &mdash purées first, followed by soft, bite-sized finger foods once baby has improved her pincer grasp &mdash but if you'd prefer to try baby-led weaning, these delicious meal ideas can help you get started.


Baby Bowl – Update Edition

Baby Bowl was written by one loving mother for others! Throughout Baby Bowl, Kim shows you the importance of nutrition by providing healthy, homemade baby food.

Baby Bowl is the baby cookbook to define a generation of mothers.

Focusing on easy to cook recipes, fresh ingredients and fast preparation this is perfect for busy mums!

Kim McCosker, mother of three beautiful little boys and passionate cook, has set out to answer this universal question by providing simple, healthy, age-appropriate recipes aimed at introducing a variety of flavours to baby’s palate. Baby Bowl walks you through the basics of baby food preparation, and the storage, defrosting and preparing of frozen food, as well as the sometimes daunting task of helping the food find its way into Baby’s mouth!

Throughout, Kim shows you the importance of nutrition by providing healthy, homemade baby food.

Kim covers such topics as, Allergies, Hygiene and Reflux, followed by guidelines for a good daily routine that starts from birth. Then there are the gorgeous savoury and sweet recipes divided into ages to take you through Baby’s first year and beyond, as well as ideas for finger food and what to feed them when they have a cold. Kim’s recipes are all easy to read, easy to cook, and use only the freshest ingredients to provide delicious and nutritious meals.


7 Tips For Serving Drinks at Your Party/ Baby Shower

I thought it was important to include the following tips, which will apply to the baby shower you are hosting, or any party.

  • Make it simple. There is no need to overwhelm yourself. Yes, we have given you tons of choices here but choose one, possibly 2.
  • Plan slowly. Don’t stuff weeks worth of party planning into the day of the baby shower. You will be severely stressed out and you won’t enjoy the party. Use a baby shower planner to pace yourself.
  • Plan ahead. Do as much as you can ahead of time so that you don’t have your hands full with things that could have been done before.
  • Preparation is important but… don’t make your refreshments too far in advance. If your baby shower punch needs fizz, do not add the fizzy part until the guests have arrived and ready to drink. If you add it too early, there’ll be no fizz left in the drink.
  • Stick with the tried and tested. Do not try out a new recipe on the day of the baby shower. Pick your drink(s) ahead of time and test them before the party.
  • Consider buffet style, for drinks. Buffets are always easier, even for drinks. Have your fancy pitcher(s) or punch bowl(s) ready on a table, along with party glasses, cocktail napkins, and garnishes. If you like, prepare a few drinks so that guests can see what it’s supposed to look like but the idea is to make it easy for yourself.
  • Be prepared for anything. If your baby shower punch is delicious, you may run out. Be prepared for this by having the supplies you need to make another batch, or two.

Kim was born in Stanthorpe but raised in Mundubbera. Kim graduated with a Bachelor of International Finance from Griffith University. She trained with MLC as a Financial Planner, completing her Diploma in Financial Planning from Deakin University. Kim’s natural ease with people and relaxed confidence served her well as a successful financial adviser and later as the Queensland State Manager of MLC Private Client Services. Kim worked for 7 years in the finance industry before resigning to spend the time raising her beautiful boys.

It was during this phase of her life that 4 Ingredients came into being. Today, 4 Ingredients is her PASSION. It is the sheer joy of learning new things about food, recipes and kitchen wisdom that drives Kim to create, share, write.

Kim was recently named ‘Outstanding Business Woman of the Year – 2011′ at the SCBWN Awards and in her acceptance speech said “I run a global business with a local focus, I believe in sharing success locally… and of more than 4.5 million books published, all but 52,000 have been printed in Australia. It is a gift to do something you love, with people you love. And it is with my genuine passion and this award that, I will tell women here on the Sunshine Coast and beyond, ordinary women just like me, that opportunity abounds everywhere, that success is there for ANYONE that has the vision and the drive to embrace it.”


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